Melvil Decimal System: 336.71
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Works under MDS 336.71
- The Cult of Impotence: Selling the Myth of Powerlessness in the Global Economy by Linda McQuaig
- Thieves of Bay Street: How Banks, Brokerages and the Wealthy Steal Billions from Canadians by Bruce Livesey
- Canadian public finance by J. C. Strick
- Show Us the Money: Community Participation Toward Alternative Budgets by CHOICES
- How Ottawa Spends, 1993-1994: A More Democratic Canada by Susan D. Phillips
- Public Service, Private Profits: The Political Economy of Public/Private Partnerships in Canada by John Loxley
- Down the Road Never Travelled by Brigitte Pellerin
- How to Use the Fiscal Surplus by Fraser
- How Ottawa Spends, 2004-2005: Mandate Change and Continuity in the Paul Martin Era by G. Bruce Doern
- O Último Banqueiro, Ascensão e queda de Ricardo Salgado by Maria João Babo
- Reforming Fiscal Federalism for Global Competition: A Canada-Australia Comparison by Paul Michael Boothe
- Eric J. Hanson's Financial History of Alberta, 1905-1950 by Eric J; Hanson
- The Public Purse by Norman Ward
- The guardian : perspectives on the Ministry of Finance of Ontario by Patrice A. Dutil
- Provincial public finance in Ontario : an empirical analysis of the last twenty-five years by David K. Foot
- Social-démocratie 2.1 : le Québec comparé aux pays scandinaves by Stéphane Paquin
- L'argent de l'État : pourquoi et comment by Pierre P. Tremblay
- How Ottawa Spends, 2005-2006: Managing the Minority by G. Bruce Doern
- Le Québec économique 2012 : le point sur le revenu des Québécois by Marcelin Joanis
- Le Québec économique. les grands enjeux des finances publiques / Volume 5, 2013-2014 by Luc Godbout
- Community matters : the new regional economic development by J. D. House
- Tax, borrow, and spend : financing federal spending in Canada, 1867-1990 by W. Irwin Gillespie
- The The Borrowing Process: Public Finance in the Province of Canada, 1840-1867 by Michael J. Piva
- Fiscal federalism and equalization policy in Canada : political and economic dimensions by André Lecours
- How Ottawa spends, 2012-2013 : the Harper majority, budget cuts, and the new opposition by G. Bruce Doern
- Taxing and Spending: Issues of Process (Research Studies of the Fair Tax Commission of Ontario) by G. Bruce Doern
- A partnership in trouble : renegotiating fiscal federalism by Peter M. Leslie
- Financial statement of Hon. Geo. W. Ross, treasurer of the province of Ontario delivered on the 8th March, 1900 in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, on moving the house into committee of supply by Sir George W. Ross
- Canadian Public Sector by Douglas McCready
- A fiscal history of Canada: The post war years (Canadian tax paper) by J. Harvey Perry
- Public Accounts of Canada 1993, Volume II Part I: Details of Expenditures and Revenues by Receiver General for Canada
- Public Finance in Canada by Albert J. Robinson
- The Way Out by A.R. BAILEY
- Paying our way the welfare state in hard times by C.D. Howe Institute.
- Warm heart, cold country fiscal and social policy reform in Canada by Daniel Dreache
- Canadian Fiscal Arrangements: What Works, What Might Work Better by Harvey Lazar
- Closing the books : dividing federal assets and debt if Canada breaks up by Paul Michael Boothe
- Public finance in Canada
- Informe cuarto trimestre 2005 : Octubre - noviembre - diciembre / Banco Espírito Santo by Banco Espírito Santo (Lisboa)
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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